Whiteys Blue Toilet Of Win (Contains Charlie Sheen)

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******'s Blue Toilet

Factory Spec
▪ Full Hyper Blue
▪ 2005 Reg
▪ 34,000 Miles
▪ 1 Previous Owner
▪ Chilli Pack
▪ Visibility Pack
▪ Full Leather Interior
▪ MFSW/Cruise Control
▪ Harmon Kardon w/ AUX Input
▪ Anthracite Interior


◊ KW Variant 2 Coilovers
◊ Vorshlag Camber Plates
◊ Whiteline 20mm R-ARB, Stock F-ARB
◊ Powergrid Adjustable ARB Endlinks
◊ DMV Motorsports Adjustable RCA's
◊ CyberSpeeds Roll Center Spacers
◊ M7 Upper Brace
◊ OMP Lower Brace
◊ Powerflex Front Wishbone Bushes
◊ Powerflex Lower Engine Mount Inserts
◊ Powerflex Gearbox Mount Inserts
◊ Powerflex Rear Trailing Arm Inserts
◊ Vibra-Technics Upper Engine Mount

◊ Newman Cam
◊ Dave.F Intake
◊ JCW Cat-back
◊ KAVS 15% Pulley
◊ RMW Header Tank
◊ Bosch 550cc Injectors
◊ Mynes Bytetronic Tune
◊ Aquamist HFS-2 Water Injection
◊ Blueflame 4-2-1 Manifold w/ 200cpi Cat
◊ APS 13-row Oil Cooler & Mocal Thermostat

Wheels & Brakes
◊ BBS RG-F 16x7 ET35
◊ Yokohama Advan Neova AD08 (215/45/16)
◊ TPI 5mm Front Spacers
◊ Stud Conversion w/ Muteki Nuts
◊ R56 Front Brakes
◊ HEL Braided Lines
◊ Motul RBF600 Fluid
◊ Nitrac 8-groove Front Discs
◊ Performance Friction Z-rated Pads

◊ VW Sharan Antenna
◊ GP Rear Bumper Trim
◊ Dechromed Rear Lights
◊ Speedtech Rear Wiper Delete

◊ Scangauge II
◊ Rear Seat Delete
◊ Whalen Gearknob
◊ Cravenspeed Gauge Pod
◊ Cravenspeed Short Shifter
◊ Recaro Pole Positions (FIA)
◊ JCW Alcantara Gear Gaiter
◊ JCW Alcantara Handbrake Gaiter
◊ JCW Leather/Alcantara Steering Wheel
◊ Innovate MTX-D Combined Oil Temp/Pressure Gauge

◊ Innovate MTX-L AFR Gauge
◊ Aero skirts

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Finally!!! :thumbup:

Now.... get a pulley on it...

PS. Can't add any tags to the thread?? Your project thread needs initiation! :sneaky2:
:lol: Don't know why tags can't be added?
Haha, tis all dirty atm from the hooning last night, will take some after i clean it at the weekend.

Was kinda gonna wait til lows too but meh..
EFA and re-ordered for you (imo). If I was to do it all again thats the order I would go for.
Ta haha, completely forgot about the Newman. I didn't put down the health check as its the obvious pre-mod move :p

Whereabouts do you go about hooning? I don't know many decent places near me :sad:
Usually up through Goring, a few decent routes around there. Sometimes up the M4 and up the Swallowfield bypass around Basingstoke way.

Get them bought, I'm not going to post the price up as its too cheap it makes my brain hurt! :scared:
Meh, just bought some new Yellowstuff's as the stock pads are going to last about another 100 miles :/
I know but I just paid £120 for pads and those are just calipers, no pads or discs to go with them...

Coilovers remember dude, coilovers :laugh:

This weekend poppet, when its clean.
Ha, sorry for the lack of picture updates. Wasn't able to get out and take pics at the weekend as was doing stuff + weather was wanketty wank on Sunday. Hopefully this weekend will be better.

Have the flywheel chatter so have been speaking with the warranty company and car is going to the transmission specialist on Tuesday to be diagnosed. Warranty doesn't cover the diagnosis cost so I'm going to be about £75+vat out of pocket as that's the price the transmission specialist has given me :mads:.

They do cover the cost of dismantling though which is inevitable to have a look at the flywheel and clutch. Pretty confident that it will covered by the warranty so will hopefully come out of it with a new clutch and flywheel. Been contemplating FX400 with stock flywheel but been reading mixed reviews on the FX400 in terms of day-to-day use..

FX400 with stock flywheel?
FX400 with the lightweight CM flywheel?

Anyone know the cost of the FX400 with lightweight flywheel compared to stock clutch and flywheel and is getting the warranty company to pay out for uprated, aftermarket parts a possibility?
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White sidelights and clear indicators. Standard procedure.

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Rear wiper delete + de-badge. Glass blanking plug from Venom Motorsport:

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Slippery stuff + Sump and Gearbox Dimples.

Cabrio braces going on today too.

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Fitted the cabrio braces yesterday...well, more or less.

Absolute PITA, the top screws go in fine and easy enough, but the bottom ones are a bastad! Can't get to the ones on the outside edge of the engine frame, arch liners are in the way. Had to get the lighting/horn etc harness out of the way on the passenger side which involved unbolting one of the aircon purge/refill pipe holders and lighting harness holder which is a bitch in itself due to the awkward angle and lack of space. Going to have to take the arch liners off to get to those last 2 bolts. I'f I'd have known it was this much hassle I would'nt have bothered!
Do they look like they'd foul up an engine removal? Debating whether to weld / rivet them onto mine.
I don't personally think they would do looking at their position, I did remember reading somewhere someone mentioned they mightdo though. They're not exactly blocking anything though.
Its aite, bit too raspy for my liking. Aftermarket cat-back is in order methinks.
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